I did get up and run before school today...that was a first in several months. It felt good and I am easing back into it. I have been running on the weekends and am now working on getting back to it during the week too!
My kindergartners got to enjoy some GUM today, since Leap Day doesn't come around very often. Their teacher let them do something that they never get to do, since it was such a special day! :)
My second graders enjoyed a Dr. Seuss Leap Day (and I'm sure that there will be more celebrating in the other grades as the week continues!)
My classmates breezed through their presentations and then my professor breezed through her lesson tonight, which resulted in getting home at an earlier time tonight. Woo-hoo!
Luke has been asking each morning to go see Baby Kyle (instead of going to school), since our recent visit this weekend. I'm not exactly sure if Baby Kyle is really the big draw or if it's the idea of seeing Uncle Neil and Aunt Beth and being able to visit their farm, basement, chickens, and swings that is actually the bigger draw (even though this isn't verbalized!) Don't get me wrong, he loves Baby Kyle and he likes to say "I love Baby Kyle and Lucy", but I haven't seen him pay him THAT much attention to him as of yet either.
I can't say that life has been super exciting as of late, but it has been good for it to just be normal. :)
Hope your Leap Day was nice too!